Thing is, the conservative Caucasian NH family who wrote the letter in support actually knows me, which shows the limitations of two-dimensional fora such as the Internet. Or it shows that there are simply some haters out there, some of whom threaten to appear at trial and then don't, and some of whom criticize me endlessly on my blawg while ignoring the NAACP lies under Oath, a deceitful prosecutor and little-man-with-the-gun-in-his-hand Marty Dunn's lunacy. Whatever, it all makes for a good story, a good manuscript and a trip to Sundance.
I have eaten with, spoken with, worked with, socialized with and argued politics with him. As a matter of fact, I’ve even let him near my kids! I was, and remain convinced to this day, that he is of quite sound mind. It is this trial that's crazy.....Chris may be guilty of many things: including non-stop questioning of and challenging the establishment, being one of the most dogged people I have ever met in pursuing an ideal...
My family and I have always found him to be an honest, hard working, warm, caring and sincere human being.... Chris’ big mistake was believing that he could make a difference in this whitest of states in our land of equality and "justice for all."
And then there is the $64,000.00 question:
Has it ever occurred to you haters that if Chief Dunn were actually a good cop, and correct about me, that he could actually get a damn/job and not be suspended, or asked twice -- with money on the table -- to leave the one he has?
Municipalities who have read this blawg (and believe me, I have Tracksy so I know goddamn well that they do) would simply say,
"Good work. Get that King bastard and come work for us; show us how you do it!"
KingCast.net and Justiceforkids.net: Making a difference, whether the haters admit it or not.